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n. pl. pla·gia·ries
1. Plagiarism.
2. Archaic One who plagiarizes.

[Latin plagiārius, kidnapper, plagiarist, from plagium, kidnapping, from plaga, net; see plāk- in Indo-European roots.]


n, pl -ries
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) archaic a person who plagiarizes or a piece of plagiarism
[C16: from Latin plagiārus plunderer, from plagium kidnapping; related to plaga snare]


(ˈpleɪ dʒə ri, -dʒi ə ri)

n., pl. -ries.
2. a plagiarist.
[1590–1600; < Latin plagiārius kidnapper <plagium kidnapping]


 of printers: printers collectively.
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To be sure, appropriation is a touchstone of modernism, a strategy that suggests, among other issues, a belief that the plagiary of another work captures the aura of the earlier prototype, or that an inexactly quoted visual reference--a camp transformation--underscores the ironic distancing of the new presentation from the old dispensation.
The want of this determinate and bounding form evidences the want of idea in the artist's mind, and the pretence of the plagiary in all its branches" (E 550).
Buck will soon convey the "cracked lookingglass" line to Haines, who will also fail to recognize the plagiary, and therefore will begin to hunger for more of Stephen's dictums:
Deficient in style & in force of character as this novel is, it yet interests me far more than the usual run of the same class--there were two or three striking resemblances in points of story & character to Selena which I confess annoyed me & had I read it some years ago mine must have been a plagiary.
When ANHRI issued a statement about the plagiary, Murad filed charges of defamation, blackmail and misuse of communications against Seif and Eid and defamation and misuse of communications against Gharbeia.
If using the whole English Language to express its ideas is a plagiary then the SPLM-DC could accept the verdict by some SPLM members that it is a party of non-originality.
17) He also succeeded in the demanding dual role of Puff and Sir Fretful Plagiary in The Critic (1881), again with his own company.
Her recovery of the colorful plagiary Barthelemy de Montagut, who won entry to the Buckingham circle through his "Louange de la danse"--a work largely lifted from an early draft of Francois de Lauze's Apologie--is particularly satisfying; other important figures (Confesse, the Lapierres, and Bocan) remain tantalizingly in the shadows.
We are able to identify instances of plagiary is mamongst our student community very quickly and effectively and deal with them as appropriate.